Perfectly recreating the organic design lines of the world’s fastest production car---the iconic Bugatti Chiron---the LEGO Technic life-size model pushes the boundaries of what LEGO builders imagined was possible to build in LEGO elements.
In Letcher County, KY, right off of KY-15, one of the last cars actor Burt Reynolds ever signed sits in Rob's Garage, a small local auto body shop.
Nowadays, San Francisco and New York City are separated by a seemingly endless maze of roads that traverse the United States in many directions.
Prices for original DB5s used in movies like "Goldfinger" are now high enough to leave one shaken as well as stirred, so Aston Martin is making a series of limited edition, non-street-legal replicas with all the gadgetry Q fitted to the cars in the movies.
In the very early 1970s, the members of a fledgling rock band drove an old van to the gigs that they could get around New England. It was a 1964 International Harvester Metro van with a cartoon figure and their name, “Aerosmith,” painted in color on the side.
Tesla fans and classic video gamers have a new reason to celebrate. Tesla's 9.0 vehicle software update will include a handful of playable Atari games in the system's iconic Easter eggs.
The Volkswagen Beetle is arguably one of the most famous cars of all time. The production of the iconic car began in 1938 and ended in 2003, with more than 21 million units built.
In Amarillo, just off of I-40 exit 60 in a giant field, lies a road trip legend and one of the most iconic roadside attractions in Texas.
According to the Cornwall Community Police Service (CCPS), a black Nissan Infiniti that was reported missing from a Walmart parking lot in late June was found when a woman tried to return it to a local car rental company in early July.
Some people inherit their dream homes; some buy them, and some build them. Jessie Lipskin chose to design hers by converting a decommissioned 1966 GMC bus.
Meet RYNO, an all-electric "micro cycle." Or more specifically, a one-wheeled motorbike. Yes, you heard it right.
Uber has filed a patent for technology that would detect drunk passengers. The patent outlines using machine learning to spot passengers who are behaving ‘abnormally’.
Japanese engineers have teamed up to create a real-life transformer that can switch between a working car and a giant humanoid robot. The insanely cool prototype is called J-deite RIDE and comes to life, thanks to a collaboration between three separate robotics and machinery companies.
If you’re an I-270 commuter who’s been curious about the tall glass structure that dominates the skyline at Shady Grove Road, here’s your answer.